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Our garage is a friendly, local business run in the heart of Exeter on the Beare Trading Estate. We can offer our customers a bespoke motoring experience and have specialist knowledge. We are proud to be one of the only motorcycle and motorhome garages in Devon. Our customers always come back because they know that we can provide high quality services at prices that beat main dealerships. We can provide a variety of services for your vehicle, whether it needs a service, MOT test or repair.
If your MOT is due, why not get a service at the same time?
If you have a strange icon on your dash, let us figure it out for you!
If you need your car repaired, don’t fear, we’ll give you a fair price and better quality.
If your brakes are wearing or rusting, come to us to get them replaced!
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Town & Country Garage Services is one of the certified MOT Testing Centres in the UK, more specifically for the entire Exeter area. If your vehicle needs an MOT after its first three years on the road or your annual MOT test is due - we can help you out and provide quality MOT testing. We also offer a 'while you wait' scheme in which you can wait for your vehicle while its MOT test is completed.
We are proud to offer our local customers a convenient collection and delivery service. Whether your vehicle needs its annual MOT test or it needs a service - we can pick your vehicle up and drop it back off for you. We know that life can be busy and that's why this option allows you to have more flexibility to get on with your day.
Town & Country Garage Services is committed to providing an honest and reliable service for our customers. Our highly qualified mechanics will take on any job no matter how big or small it is. Our team is always looking for ways to develop their knowledge and skill through training. We can offer main dealership service and experience at independent garage prices - so, what isn't to like?